BIM Modeller (Structural)

Posted 14 November 2022
Salary £35000 - £45000 per annum
LocationBelfast
DisciplineConstruction Jobs
ReferenceBM899435_1668433901
Contact NameBrian Mitchell

Job description

BIM Modeller (Structural) | Belfast

Vickerstock are delighted to continue our relationship with this highly successful practice to support in the recruitment of an experienced BIM Modeller to join their award-winning Structural Engineering team. Having increased their headcount considerably over the last 2-years, the business continues to go from strength to strength with considerable project wins contributing to the ongoing success of this local success story.

Your new role as a BIM Modeller (Structural)

You will join one of Northern Ireland's leading structural teams and will work on a range of highly prestigious projects across the UK with construction values of up to £500m. As part of this team, you will work as part of a multi-disciplinary design team to produce models that are both detailed and highly accurate. Projects will include; high rise, mixed use developments, leisure, industrial & commercial facilities and residential schemes;

What you will need to succeed as a BIM Modeller (Structural)

  • Experience working within a structural design consultancy;
  • Extensive working knowledge of Autodesk Revit;
  • Knowledge of CADS RC and technician membership of the IStructE is an advantage;

What's in it for you?

If successful you will be joining one of Northern Irelands top multi-disciplinary consultancies with a proven track record and an extensive project portfolio. With a number of industry approved training schemes, this practice are renowned for the progression and development of their staff and can point to the high percentage of Senior and Associate Engineers who joined the business as graduates. A competitive salary and benefits package will be offered to the successful individual.

For a confidential discussion on this, or any other vacancy in the Civil or Structural Engineering sector contact Brian Mitchell